Heartbeat Children

  • Heartbeat Children is a social initiative that explores the primal transforming power of music and dance to raise awareness and improve the way of life for children in war torn, disease stricken, and impoverished communities.

    Founded by the Ugandan world music ambassador Herbert Kinobe and philanthropist Ronnie Nsubuga, Heartbeat Children operates under the 501(c) 3 non-profit organization “Tender Mercies Outreach Foundation”. Aged 7 – 17 years old Heartbeat children represent millions of children that are orphaned, displaced or living in poverty. These skillfully multi-talented children showcase a resilience birthed out of sounds that enhance creativity, persistence and change, and, their triumphant human turnaround stories have greatly inspired children and adults from all walks of life to achieve greatness through the universal language of LOVE.


About Heartbeat Children

At Heartbeat Children, helping vulnerable children in our purpose. Making sure they receive family care, medical care, nutritious meals, a good education and creating an atmosphere and programs that help them develop a strong self-esteem. We work with communities and other organizations to provide opportunities to these these youngsters to help them develop full potential to hatch a new generation that will positively change the world.

Heartbeat Children believes that all children should be able to pursue and nourish their dreams.

  • We treat children with respect while reinforcing their strengths and talents
  • We promise our partners and donors to warrant their confidence by keeping a close watch over our revenues and expenses
  • We promise our employees and volunteers to promote the values of integrity, respect and mutual aid.